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Maintaining independence is important to older adults, and while many wish to remain living in their home or an Assisted Living community, those needing assistance with daily activities may need to look for a community that can support them and keep them safe as they age. Memory Care communities offer services specifically tailored to adults with Alzheimer's and dementia who may need care that differs from what's typically offered in Assisted Living.

Learn more about when to make the move to Memory Care:
Our team members go above and beyond their professional roles as caregivers to form deep connections with our residents, acting as a supportive and caring family. This familial approach extends to the daily interactions, where team members show genuine concern for the well-being of our residents, offering personalized attention and fostering a sense of belonging.

At The Pinnacle of Louisville, family matters. Learn more about our Memory Care services:
An Alzheimer's diagnosis can bring up a variety of difficult emotions and questions, but it's important to pause, acknowledge these feelings, and take care of your emotional needs. The Alzheimer's Association offers a range of free online resources to help you understand your diagnosis, address complicated emotions, know what to ask your doctor, and share the news with loved ones.

Take the first step to understanding, addressing, and coping with your recent diagnosis here:
We are a warm, friendly Memory Care community that invites residents to socialize and participate in community life. Enjoy entertaining friends on the patio ☀️ savor flavorful, restaurant-style meals 🍝 and look and feel your best after a trip to our salon💈We take care of the maintenance, chores, and so much more, so all you have to do is relax and enjoy the carefree life you deserve.

To learn more about everything we have to offer, call (502) 423-8776 for a free consultation.
Many believe that memory issues are a normal part of aging, but memory loss that disrupts daily life may be a symptom of Alzheimer's or other dementia. Dementia can be accompanied by physical decline as well, so it is important to share any concerns with loved ones and care providers to ensure your safety as the disease progresses.

Click here to learn the 10 early warning signs and symptoms of dementia:
We offer a variety of unique and engaging events to connect with our Memory Care residents and especially to connect with the person inside – who they once were, and who they are now.

What better way to do so than to enjoy a visit from a younger generation? We are so thankful for our partnership with Beargrass Christian Church and the joy children bring to our residents, whether working together on creative activities or giving a lovely performance.

Check out our page to see more photos and videos from our recent events!
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